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Poem of the Day For: Wednesday, January 16, 2019

Here's one reader's thoughts on LOVE inspired by this poem.

"Love is the thing that keeps you up all night because you'd rather talk to that person than sleep. Love can be the best feeling in the world and also the worst. It can bring you higher than you've ever been, build you, complete you, make you. Or it can tear you apart, completely destroy you, make you question everything you know, keep you up at night and wonder where things went wrong. Love is wanting someone else's happiness more than your own. Love is sacrifice. It is respect and selflessness, forgiveness. Love is the thing that makes the world worthwhile, makes your bed not seem lonely at night, your days without them so much longer and your years with them so much shorter. It is the thing that makes you look at that person and think about how you've never seen something so perfect."


Category: Love Poems
Subcategory: Romantic Poems

The Meaning Of Love

by Krina Shah

To love is to share life together,
to build special plans just for two,
to work side by side,
and then smile with pride,

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Poem of the Week for: 01/15/2019 - 01/21/2019

Hey Poets! Are you ready for another Poetry Contest?  Win a $50 Gift Card for an original poem about
Happy Birthday Wishes For Family & Friends. 

Poetry Contest Submission Deadline is January 25. First Prize $50 Amazon Gift Card.

Enjoy this week's poem!

Category: Friendship Poems
Subcategory: Birthday Poems for Friends

Still And Careless Within

by Amelia Tracey

Within you, I've found the perfect friend,
Someone I know will be there till the end,
And they're not just thoughts I hope will fulfill
But thoughts that will stand forever still.

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